Week Five: Proclamation February 4, 2013

My apologies for missing last week’s posting! If you would like to receive week 4, please email me at darryl_willis@sbcglobal.net and I will send it to you!

Preparation

          • Recite Psalms 130 and 131
          • Moment of silence

Presence through the word

  • Psalm Reading

Morning:   Psalm 5

Noon:        Psalm 57

Vespers:   Psalm 106:32-43

Night:       Psalm 124

          • Moment of Silence
          • Scripture readings:

-Monday:            Luke 4:14-30

-Tuesday:            Mark 1:35-39

-Wednesday:      Romans 10:8-17

-Thursday:          Ephesians 6:19-20

-Friday:              1 Thessalonians 1:2-10

  • Moment of Silence

Practicing the presence

This week talk to a friend who does not normally attend any religious services. Ask them what they think about when someone says “preaching” and “proclamation.” Spend most of your time listening. Then share what you have been reading this week and what you have learned about “proclamation.” Do not do this as an attempt to persuade or manipulate. This is a conversation with a friend.

Prayers

        • Prayers of thanksgiving and petition
        • Journaling or Silent reflection
        • The “Lord’s Prayer”
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About Darryl Willis

Darryl has been working for non-profits for over 36 years. His current work takes him to Ukraine several times a year. He has fallen in love with the country and the people. Darryl writes poetry and his work has appeared in several online and print journals.
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